UNDP in partnership with the Ministry of Energy and Water (MoEW), is engaged in rehabilitating the irrigation canals in several vulnerable villages, w since it profits both the Lebanese and Syrians.
Core work is that GWP is a network of multi-stakeholder platforms
1. Organize international forums, regional, national and local workshops, stakeholder dialogues, regional curricula, publications,
2. Encourage and facilitate partnerships between UNESCO Category 2 Centres on IWRM
The Global Platform and the Regional Platforms for Disaster Risk Reduction are the main forums at global and regional level for knowledge and practice sharing, coordination, partnership development, and assessment of progress in the implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction taking also into account interlinkages with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. These biennial Platforms bring together the world’s foremost gathering of stakeholders committed to reducing risk and building the resilience of communities and nations to disasters. The Global Platform and the Regional Platforms create opportunities for Member States and other stakeholders to exchange lessons learnt and develop policies on water and disaster risk reduction related SDGs, including SDGs 6, 11, 13 and 15.
Strengthen policy development and reform at the national level in the sphere of drinking water supply and sanitation management and governance in Tajikistan.
The project ‘Potential Role of the Transboundary Ramotswa Aquifer’ (RAMOTSWA project) focusses on one of the most important shared aquifers in the Limpopo Basin: The Ramotswa Aquifer which is shared between Botswana and South Africa. The project aims to develop a scientifically informed, integrated and participatory strategy to support equitable access to water and balancing urban and rural needs with ecosystem requirements under increased pressures on the already limited water resources: Increase in population and development, pollution of groundwater and a changing climate.
Preparation of guidance material on operational hydrology aspects, such as: flood forecasting, flood risk mapping, stream gauging. See http://www.wmo.int/pages/prog/hwrp/manuals.php for more information
In the three Peruvian regions, 69 native communities have joined the initiative, working together with the Ministry of Agriculture and regional governments to protect more than 300,000 hectares of forest (WRM). Through this work, Peru is contributing to the world’s fight against climate change by helping to prevent deforestation, whilst at the same time fulfilling its commitments to promoting and protecting the collective rights of indigenous populations.